Lake St. John in Ramara Township overflowed in the spring. The township has been approved for government disaster-relief funding, but there are concerns about how much money the community can raise. (GISELE WINTON SARVIS/PACKET & TIMES FILE PHOTO)

Flood funds on the way

Ramara Township is one of four municipalities in the province to be approved for the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program (ODRAP) after...

There were lengthy traffic delays in the area of Barrie's Mapleview and Veterans drives after a two-vehicle crash there Friday afternoon. The 2 p.m. crash took place within the intersection and one person suffered non-life-threatening injuries, said city police. Two others also were sent to hospital. KORY HARRINGTON PHOTO

South-Barrie traffic snarl

Barrie city police say there are lengthy traffic delays in the area of Mapleview and Veterans drives after a two-vehicle crash there Friday afternoon.

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Vehicle theft solved

BRACEBRIDGE – Two men, one from Barrie, were arrested early Friday in connection with a vehicle theft in July.

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Stunt driver stopped

BRADFORD – A Barrie man is charged with speeding and stunt driving after his car was clocked at 134 kilometres an hour in an 80 km/h zone.

The first flowers, and a teddy bear, have been left at the Portuguese Cultural Centre in Bradford after a 15-year-old girl died following an accident involving a soccer net there on Wednesday. The centre is asking anyone wishing to leave flowers to place them on the concrete stage in front of the soccer field, not on the field itself. MIRIAM KING/QMI AGENCY

Flowers laid at soccer field

The gates at the Portuguese Cultural Centre of Bradford remain open, despite the tragic accident that took the life of a 15-year-old Newmarket girl.

Rama First Nation Chief Sharon Stinson Henry

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The Government of Canada has put First Nations at a “competitive disadvantage economically” by requiring them to release their consolidated...

Battle on board bus

BRADFORD – Two North Bay residents were arrested on a southbound GO Transit bus after assaults Thursday evening.